Let’s Get into God’s Word, Mamas!

Are you wanting to study the Bible with your children but don’t know where to begin? First and foremost,… “Way to go, Mama!!” Getting into God’s Word is what you and your kiddos need so, very much! Therefore, it’s my genuine prayer that this post will be encouragement to you! Which Study should I choose? … Continue reading Let’s Get into God’s Word, Mamas!

Jesus: Was He Created, or is He God?

Gals, in complete sincerity, this is the most important question you will ever answer… “Who is Jesus?” Was He just a good man? A wise teacher? An example regarding “enlightenment?” To answer these, we need to know Who Jesus really is. Was He created by God or did He actually claim to be God? Please … Continue reading Jesus: Was He Created, or is He God?

The Bible: Lean In and Trust

Per Ancient Documents’ Scholar, Wes Huff, the 2nd most Googled question over the past two years has been, “What is the Bible?” This post will share some notable resources that I hope and pray will answer some questions you might have about the Bible, its history, reliability, sufficiency, and relevancy. As well as helpful teaching … Continue reading The Bible: Lean In and Trust

God’s Got This!

This is a modified re-post of the “Come to Me” post from February 2021. Friends, have you ever been advised to “Follow your heart,” or encouraged with the phrases: “It’s always been in you,” or “You’ve got this!” Most often folks say these phrases as thoughtful exhortations meant to uplift and inspire. However, should we?? … Continue reading God’s Got This!

The Problem of Pragmatism

Where do we go for strength? To what or to whom do we seek wisdom? Are we trusting God with all of our hearts, or are we compromising by leaning into pragmatism? Are we praying and waiting? Or are we putting our confidence in practices that “feel helpful” in the moment? With God’s help…by prayer … Continue reading The Problem of Pragmatism

Studying the Book of Ruth

Inspired by God, scholars point to the Prophet Samuel as the possible writer. “Penned” between 1011 and 931 B.C., this historical account of Boaz’s and Ruth’s marriage points beautifully to the sovereignty of God and His Redemptive plan (the Gospel). The Old Testament is incredibly important! It’s in these historical pages that God points to … Continue reading Studying the Book of Ruth

God’s Word in a Post-Postmodern World

“And He humbled you and let you hunger and fed you with manna, which you did not know, nor did your fathers know, that He might make you know that man does not live by bread alone, but man lives by every word that comes from the mouth of the Lord.”Deuteronomy 8:3 Why share all … Continue reading God’s Word in a Post-Postmodern World

What is Truth?

Sisters, would you agree that we tend to “stake our lives” on what we deem to be true? That isn’t necessarily a wrong step to take, but it certainly is a profound one! We need to pause and remember that Truth isn’t made by human hands nor derived by the philosophies of men or women. … Continue reading What is Truth?

The Gift of Joy

“James the Just” (per Josephus), Jesus’s half-brother, was known for having knees like a camel…calloused and tough. He was a man devoted to prayer, and his knees reflected that fervency! Prior to the Resurrection, James was not a follower of Jesus. But he couldn’t deny the miracle he had witnessed…Jesus had risen from that tomb! … Continue reading The Gift of Joy

New Testament Reliability: Lean In and Trust

“For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.”Hebrews 4:12 Friends, most of us were born into Postmodernism… a heart-centric, individualistic time when movies reign and linear … Continue reading New Testament Reliability: Lean In and Trust